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'On the wagon' observations

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Answerprancer | 23:21 Mon 07th Mar 2011 | Body & Soul
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I've decided to take a break from the sauce. It's been nearly one week so far and I've not touched a drop.
Normally I drink either a bottle of wine every evening or three tins of strong beer/cider.
I must say, the only differences I've noticed are that I feel slightly more mentally agile,
I felt a bit 'hyper' today and I'm having some trouble sleeping. No shakes or hallucinations though (I think that only happens coming off higher doses).
When will I start feeling the benefits ? I'm feeling a bit short changed.

Aff tae buy a tin o Irn Bru the noo !

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Thanks R1 - I suspected this.
So option #2 ie. nothing until Saturday(s) maybe is probably a good idea. Better still, nothing at all except on special occasions.
Oh boy, I'm not looking forward to getting a hangover from two tins of Kronenburg again ! (like I used to in my 20s)
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to me you have not quit if you still have cigarettes occasionally nox, the scary part of quitting is the acknowledgement that you wont touch another cigarette again..
I did my annual fast in Jan but have decided to carry on at home, only knocking back a glass or two when out - so down to 5 or 6 units a week.

I get two side effects of withdrawal, one I pee a lot 'dieting' as ethanol piles on the weight and I lost 9 lbs in Jan, 5 last month. Secondly, the occasional head-ache first thing in the morning - not a hangover or a migraine....different in feel.
I have a good go at the weekend AP and hardly ever have a hang over, tollerance can be maintained for a week at a time.

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